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This series aims to make it as easy as possible to see our presentations.

The W3 Project team often presents our research findings at conferences and seminars around the world.

We believe that this knowledge belongs to everyone. After all, the aim of the W3 Project is to support peers and peer-led responses. This includes whether or not they have been able to make it to seminars and conferences.

In this series, you can find recordings, slideshows, and posters of the work we have presented. We also include plain-English overviews of the work or comments about the work from a presenter or author.

If you’re looking for a more complete list of our presentations, please visit our Publications page.

This series aims to make it as easy as possible to see our presentations.

The W3 Project team often presents our research findings at conferences and seminars around the world.

We believe that this knowledge belongs to everyone. After all, the aim of the W3 Project is to support peers and peer-led responses. This includes whether or not they have been able to make it to seminars and conferences.

In this series, you can find recordings, slideshows, and posters of the work we have presented. We also include plain-English overviews of the work or comments about the work from a presenter or author.

Graham Brown

In this research seminar, Associate Professor Graham Brown reflects on 20 years of working with and researching peer-led responses.

W3 Framework

This presentation focuses on how systems thinking can help demonstrate the role of peer leadership in public health responses.

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